On the beat

Naughty behaviour over weekend

On Friday, August 9, at 11.18pm, a 26-year-old Australian man received a pre-charge warning after allegedly urinating in Queenstown Mall.

Queen's weekend mishaps

On Friday, May 316.23pm, a 31-year-old South African man living in Queenstown was arrested for allegedly driving while disqualified for the third time. The man is due to appear in the Queenstown District Court today.

Bycicle crime

On Friday, May 24 at 6pm, A bicycle was reported stolen from the rear of a vehicle parked at the Queenstown Recreation Ground. A second bicycle was left on the bike rack.

Sweet treat thieving

On Friday, May 17, a 23-year-old Frenchman received a pre-charge warning for allegedly stealing drink and lollies from Frankton New World.

Various offences over the weekend

On Friday, May 10, a Queenstown couple told police their son's expensive green MGP scooter was taken from a bike rack at Remarkables Primary School.

Troubles on the road and elsewhere

On Friday, April 19, at 12.15pm,: An Australian man was treated for a broken collarbone and suspected back injuries in the Lakes District Hospital, after he failed to negotiate a corner and went over his mountain bike's handlebars on the downhill track from Skyline Gondola.

Petrol payment forgotten

On Friday, April 12, at 3.46pm, Police spoke to the driver of a vehicle who ''drove off'' from the BP petrol station in Frankton Rd without paying for his petrol. Senior Constable Chris Blackford said the man ''forgot to pay'', but returned to settle his debt.

Wakatipu male in breach of bail conditions

Wednesday, April 3 • Police were trying to locate an 18-year-old Wakatipu man who was not at his address when visited at 12.10am. This was in breach of his bail condition.

Raft packed and ready to go

Raft packed and ready to go

An inflatable raft which users carry into remote areas in a backpack is Queenstown's latest offering for adventure seekers.

Police seek help in alleged assault case

Police seek help in alleged assault case

Queenstown police are appealing for help in identifying a Polynesian or Maori man who allegedly put a woman in a headlock while searching her handbag for money, then assaulted a Queenstown good Samaritan who intervened.

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